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Here are 6 foods for an aromatic breath.

Halitosis results from cleaning teeth carelessly or health problems. It can be cause by consumed foods. Luckily, some natural foods can eliminate foul breath by killing bacteria causing the issue.

Let’s take a look at these recommended foods.

1.     Herbs and additives

Peppermint, cinnamon, eucalyptus, rosemary… are able to kill bacteria causing bad breath. You can chew these herbs raw or boil them to use as tea.

Besides, rosemary/basil/parsley leaf will perfume your breath.

Herbs

Herbs

2.     Fiber-rich vegetables

Apple, carrot and celery must be taken into account. These vegetables stimulate salivary glands to soak mouth cavity in order to pull out redundant pieces of food stuck in space between teeth. These tiny pieces mainly cause bad breath. Once they are removed, the breath would be improved.

Fiber-rich vegetables

Fiber-rich vegetables

3.     Yogurt

Sulfur hydro is blamed for creating smell in mouth cavity. To get rid of it, patient needs to remove the substance completely. It’s lucky that yogurt can do the trick and scent the breath.

Moreover, yogurt’s vitamin D provides bacteria with an unfamiliar environment and kills them fast.

Yogurt

Yogurt

4.     Green tea

Green tea contains catechin and flavonoid that combat foul breath effectively. Additionally, it also has fluorine which strengthens the teeth as well as kills bacteria and prevent tooth decayed.

Green tea combats foul breath effectively.

Green tea combats foul breath effectively.

5.     Foods rich in vitamin C and vitamin D

Consuming a considerable quantity of vitamin D daily can prevent bad breath.

Besides, vitamin-C-rich foods, like orange, mandarin, melon… are able to offer bad environment for bacteria. Gingivitis also results in bad breath but vitamin C and vitamin D can deal with the problem.

Foods rich in vitamin C and vitamin D

Foods rich in vitamin C and vitamin D

6.     Chewing gum

Chewing gum can’t stop foul breath but it minimizes the symptom in a short period. Another advantage of chewing gum is that it stimulates glands to produce slaver to clean mouth cavity.

Many people choose to chew gums after meals instead of brushing teeth. It works instantly as it stimulates salivary glands.

However, the best way to keep your teeth cleaned is to brush them every day along with scraping tongue’s waste, eating less meat and avoiding beer as well as wine.

Chewing gum

Chewing gum

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